After a brilliant afternoon on the sea in a boat I was in top spirits for today’s show. 2 hours of Vinyl Heat
VB Radio Show 29th July. Features NEVER BEFORE HEARD recordings from the first VB in 2009. Please take a listen to history in the making.
My story of the Vocal Booth dates back twenty years and will be available as a paperback book shortly. This post shares a few words for everyone that has followed my blog since it started and a few of my friends who only found me recently. Please take a read.
This week’s show. Feel good vibes for miles. http://media.blubrry.com/andyward/p/djandyward.net/appmixes/VBRadio8Jul18.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (164.7MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | RSS Send article as PDF
One of Birmingham’s best known soulful house DJs and a true legend of the mid 90s talks about his musical history around the UK and beyond. Containing some pretty outstanding music, I talk to Patrick about how he was possibly THE biggest influence in my own journey and we have one or two hysterical moments of disagreement regarding the timeline.
After listening back to check it all flows properly (I only added music, none of the talk is edited), what’s clear is that this is as close to a gay love story you’ll ever get between two hetrosexual men. I cried at the end of it.
It’s a great day. England had a record of a day in the World Cup and I played some killer records. Listen to this one… I think it will make you happy.
Today’s 4 hour extravaganza features a little chat live in the studio with Neil Pierce, taking advantage of having him in the area, plus over 3 hours of great music, non-stop in the mix back to back with Patrick Smoove.